Beyoncé cemented her reign on the musical throne last night, becoming the most-decorated artist in Grammy Awards history.

Her four wins, including best dance/electronic album for Renaissance, vaulted her past classical conductor Georg Solti for the most Grammy awards ever. She ended the night with 32 total.

While Beyoncé was the biggest story of the Grammys, she wasn’t the only story from the award show, which returned to the Arena in Los Angeles after several pandemic-altered broadcasts.

Harry Styles won album of the year. His groovy Harry’s House topped entries from Beyoncé, Adele, and Bad Bunny.

A new EGOT was crowned: Viola Davis became the 18th person to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony after she received a Grammy for the audiobook to her memoir, Finding Me.

The best performance: Certainly the Questlove-produced celebration of the 50th anniversary of hip-hop.

Didn’t see this one coming: Dr. Dre won the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award.

Looking ahead…the first tickets for Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour, her first solo tour in seven years, go on sale today. Ticketmaster has changed its process to avoid being attacked by the BeyHive like it was the Swifties.